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Red Wings set to play final preseason game

After defeating a mostly AHL Maple Leafs roster last night, the Detroit Red Wings will travel to Toronto tonight to play their final preseason game before rosters need to be set. All NHL teams must submit their 23-man roster by 5:00 pm ET on Monday. (check back at for all updates).

Bertuzzi scores two goals

Last night, Toronto scored two goals in the game’s first seven minutes before Detroit roared back with four unanswered goals for the win. Tyler Bertuzzi chipped away at the Toronto lead at the 17:48 mark of the first period. Elmer Soderblom continued his impressive preseason to tie the score 2-2 after two periods. Joe Veleno scored the winner just before the midway mark of the third. Bertuzzi scored his second of the night into an empty net with less than one minute to play to seal the victory for Detroit. Alex Nedeljkovic went the distance in the net for Detroit. The Red Wings outshot Toronto 27-23 for the game.

Soderblom with the backhand

Tonight, the Red Wings will use a young roster with only six returning forwards and two returning defensemen in the lineup. Head coach Derek Lalonde indicated yesterday that the prospects that will play tonight are getting one last look before the opening night roster is announced. Returning forwards playing tonight include Filip Zadina, Jakub Vrana, Pius Suter, Givani Smith, Adam Erne, and Joe Veleno. Returning defensemen in the lineup include Gustav Lindstrom and Jordan Oesterle. Victor Brattstrom and Jussi Olkinuora will dress as tonight’s goaltenders.

Prospects Dressing Tonight

Pontus Andreasson played 10:54 minutes last night against Toronto. Andreasson had one shot on goal and a -1 rating on the night.

Jonatan Berggren played 16:39, including 1:39 on the power play last night. Berggren had one blocked shot and a -1 rating against the Maple Leafs.

Cross Hanas played his last game one week ago against Chicago. Hanas played 10:30 minutes and had one shot on goal, two hits, and one takeaway against the Blackhawks.

Albert Johansson played his last game on Wednesday in Washington. In 20:17 minutes of playing time, including 3:20 with the man advantage, Johansson had two hits.

Jared McIsaac played his only game in the preseason opener against Pittsburgh. In 19:37 minutes, McIsaac had one shot on goal, three hits, and two blocked shots. McIsaac was also on the ice for 5:22, killing penalties for the Red Wings.

Donovan Sebrango played his last game against Washington last Friday. In 12:47 minutes, Sebrango had two hits and one takeaway.

Wyatt Newpower played his last game Saturday in Chicago. In 15:20 minutes, including 1:03 killing a penalty, Newpower had one shot on goal, one hit, one giveaway, and a +1 rating.

Eemil Viro played hit last game Saturday in Chicago. In 16:53 minutes, including 2:18 shorthanded, Viro had one shot on goal, one blocked shot, one giveaway, and a +1 rating.

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Chris Giles is a former junior hockey player and coach from Canada. He has been a diehard Detroit Red Wings fan for almost 50 years. Chris is an avid golfer who has volunteered at several PGA and Canadian Open Championships throughout North America.

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